Irvine Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Jeff Nadrich Comments On Recent Rash of Motorcycle “Lane-Splitting” Accidents
For Immediate Release:
IRVINE, CA -- CBS recently reported about a rash of local motorcycle accidents involving “lane-splitting,” whereby motorcyclists drive between vehicles along the lane dividers. California is the only state in the nation that allows this practice, but as CBS points out, recent events have sparked a great deal of debate whether the state should outlaw lane splitting altogether.
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